Tunisia's second wave?
On July 31, some 200 Tunisians protested in front of the headquarters of the National Constitutional Assembly against a new government programme. Announced just after the state's welfare system was scuttled, the new law would compensate about 11,000 victims of Ben Ali's security apparatus with a package worth 750 million Tunisian dinars, or $470m, averaging payouts of $42,000. Mohammad Sudani is one of the resistance's veterans targeted by the bill - but he does not want the money.
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This article was written be Western alumnus Sam McNeil.